About the Course
The Prisma Access SASE Security: Design and Operation (EDU-318) course describes Prisma Access Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) and how it helps organizations embrace cloud and mobility by providing network and network security services from the cloud. This course is intended for people in the fields of public cloud security and cybersecurity, or for anyone who wants to learn how to secure remote networks and mobile users.
ObjectivesSuccessful completion of this four-day, instructor-led course will help enhance your understanding of how to better protect your applications, remote networks, and mobile users using a SASE implementation. You will get hands-on experience configuring, managing, and troubleshooting Prisma Access in a lab environment.
Target AudienceSecurity Engineers, Security Administrators, Security Operations Specialists, Security Analysts, and Network Engineers
PrerequisitesParticipants should have a basic knowledge of cloud computing and the public cloud. Participants must complete the Firewall 10.0 Essentials: Configuration and Management course and the Panorama 10.0: Managing Firewalls at Scale course or have equivalent experience. Participants also must have experience with networking concepts including routing, switching, and IP addressing.
1 - Prisma Access Overview and Definitions
2 - Planning and Design Architecture
3 - Routing SD-WAN Design and CloudGenix
4 - Activate and Configure Service Connections
5 - Rule Enforcement in Prisma Access and SSL Decrypt
6 - Panorama Operations for Prisma Access and Fawkes Overview
7 - Remote Networks
8 - Mobile Users
9- Cloud Secure Web Gateway
10 - Tune, Optimize and Troubleshoot
11 - Manage Multiple Tenants
12 - What’s New in v2.1
13 - Next Steps
Format: Lecture and hands-on labs
Platform support: Palo Alto Networks Panorama and Prisma Access